Sunday, May 16, 2010

my new good routine

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After 5-day-holiday called “ Golden week “ I’ve been busy at work.
Everyday I think I wanna go home early but I can’t seem to do it.
It’s a good thing to be able to go to work later than usual when I work over time.
Last Friday I decided to go to work at 10 in the morning.
I got up as usual and jogged about for an hour.
The air was fresh and cold. It felt really nice I was able to make time for jogging before going to work.
When I stopped by the shrine as usual, I passed two people there and said “ morning”
to each other. When I went there, it was around at 5:30 in the morning. So nobody was there. But when it’s around 7, people stop by there.
The shrine is very small but it supports people around there.
I wanna value the God or something there.
I try not to make a wish and say “ Thank you for everything and please protect from something with a bow.
Something on my mind went away and I felt really great.
Jogging is good for losing weight and going to the shrine is good for losing my worries!
This is my new good routine.
By the way I took this picture at Daikaku-temple in Kyoto.

15 comments:

Pietro said...

Ayamlin, I like very much this picture of the Daikaku-temple in Kyoto: beautiful the structure and those green and red trees are so nice!
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Of course I didn't climb those high mountains of my post: they are more than 2500 meters high! However, when I am in the mountains I enjoy a lot walking and then climbing up... with the car!!
;-)

linda croissant said...

i love this photo!!
and i love your idea..yes a shrine is a wonderful place!!

Marina said...

I want to jog too! Winter gave me some uneeded kilos and I hate them! HOW WILL I STOP EATING SWEETS??? I just loooove them!!!

ayamlin said...

* Pietro
Hi Pietro!
Thank you for liking this picture:)
you must enjoy seeing temples in Kyoto:)
it's totally different from Roman churches:)
you know I like Roman history, too:)
by the way oh, you can drive to the upper of the mountain.
it's very convenient! it's very good:)

* Linda
Hi Linda!
Thank you for saying that:)
You've been to shrines a lot, haven't you?
I remember some shrine's pictures you posted on your blog when you were still in Tokyo:)

* Marina
Hi Marina!
How've you been?
Yeah, I know how you feel!!
I love sweets. oh, I love eating:)
that's why I jog.
I always think I wish I didn't put weight if I had eaten way to much.
ahaha:)
probably after moving to Belgium you can enjoy jogging! because the scenery isn't familiar for you and you can enjoy seeing it while jogging:) oh, I'm jealous of you!

Pietro said...

Hi Ayamlin! It's so interesting you are reading a book about Jesus Christ.
Have a very pleasant day :-)

El taller de Curra - Cartonnage said...

what a beautifull blog, this picture is just gogeous..!! have a niece day..!!

ayamlin said...

* Pietro
Hi Pietro!
the book about Jesus Christ is interesting.
I found out my selfish character from the book.
Because if were a person who lived at the same period when he was alive, I would've hoped only miracle or something for my sickness or something from him the same as people around him.

and I've read books about Roman history before. it was really interesting. but it's interesting to read a book about other sides of Roma, too!

ayamlin said...

* El taller de Curra - Cartonnage
Thank you for such a nice comment on my blog.
your works are really fabulous.
I wanna see your works more!!!

Pietro said...

Hello Ayamlin! That japanese page is so beautiful! Unfortunately I can't understand the ideograms (I should like to be able to understand them), I agree, the blossom buds of my post look like those chocolates! :-)
Have a nice week!

Laisabe said...

I love your photosssss.
They are really niceeeeee.

ayamlin said...

* Pietro!
Hi Pietro!
if you want the chocolate, I can send it to you:)
it's familar chocolate in Japan:)
Have a lovely week, Pietro:)

* Laisabe
Hi Laisabe!
I'm soooo happy to read your comment:)
Thank you sooo much:)

Pietro said...

Hello Ayamlin! I think it's too complicated to send chocolates from Japan to Italy or from Italy to Japan, don't you think so? :-) I also would have some good chocolates to send to you: the well-known gianduiotti of Turin!
Have a pleasant day :-)

ayamlin said...

*Pietro
Hi Pietro!
Ok, I got it:)
I'll email you:)
have a wondeful day:)

El taller de Curra - Cartonnage said...

Hi again..!! thanks for your visits to my blog. I have 3 kids.. not babys anymore... :o(

Have a beautifull day..!!

Thanks for linking my blog, no problem at all.!!

xxxxxx

ayamlin said...

Hi Curra!
Thank you:)